Posts filed under “Financial Press”

10 Wednesday AM Reads

Its FOMC day — perhaps the first one in a long time where the outcome is not preordained. Until 2pm, some reads to keep you informed and entertained:

• A simple way to beat the market with stock splits (MarketWatch)
• The Fed can takes its time, if it wants to (FT Alphaville) see also 5 Things to Watch at This Week’s Fed Meeting (WSJ)
• Big Returns, Big Volatility (Irrelevant Investor)
• Asness: Hedge Funds Oughta Hedge (AQR)

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10 Tuesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads: • Hilsenrath: Fed Chief Yellen Seeks Interest-Rate Consensus (WSJ) see also As Bond-Buying Ends, Yellen Now Will Chart Course for Federal Reserve (NYT) • Cathy O’Neil on Math, Wall St and Occupy Wall Street: EconTalk Episode with Cathy O’Neil hosted by Russ Roberts (Library of Economics and Liberty) • Avoid Being An…Read More

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10 Tuesday AM Reads

Happy Fed Day! Or should we say: Happy start to the-two day FOMC meeting that will drive trading volumes even lower as we await the inevitable continuation of the taper. Oh, and here are our morning reads: • Record S&P 500 Masks 47% of Nasdaq Mired in Bear Market (Bloomberg) see also A Closer Look…Read More

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10 Monday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads: • The Nasdaq is poised to top 5,000 within months (MarketWatch) but see also Stock-Market Bears Turn Docile, Predict S&P 500 Gains (WSJ) • How to Throw Away a Fortune: Smart Moves to Neglect and Stupid Ones to Make (WSJ) • Bartiromo one on one with Mohamed El-Erian (USA Today) • The Risk…Read More

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10 Monday AM Reads

It certainly feels like autumn ! We have you covered with our pre-leaf changing morning reads: • Will Apple Pay kill PayPal? (CNN/Money) see also An Apple iBank is only a matter of time (Marketwatch) • The Secrets of Berkshire’s Success: An Interview with Charlie Munger (WSJ) • Crowdsourced Trading: 21 Investors / 21 Rules…Read More

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10 Sunday Reads

Wakey wakey! A few interesting items  to start your Sunday morn: • How ‘Keynes’ Became a Dirty Word (Bloomberg View) • Three Mistakes Investors Keep Making Again and Again (WSJ) see also Expectations of Returns and Expected Returns (NBER) • A How-To Guide to Private Debt (Chief Investment Officer) • The Secrets of Berkshire’s Success:…Read More

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10 Weekend Reads

Good Saturday morning. Following a busy and emotional week, we have some interesting food for your brain — our long form weekend reads. • How to see into the future (FT) • Carol J. Loomis: The Fortune legend & Buffett biographer talks about 60 years in business journalism  (Columbia Journalism Review) • Hard money is not…Read More

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10 Friday AM Reads

Long week, looking forward to the weekend — but not before these morning reads start your Friday: • If You Can’t Say “I Was Wrong” You Should Not Manage Money (Fool) • Classic cars – a vintage investment? (Investors Chronicle) • Be Humble, Become Wealthy (Psy-Fi Blog) • Oil Glut Ignites Gasoline Price Swoon (WSJ)…Read More

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10 Thursday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads: • Most Hedge-Fund Managers Are Overpaid, Big Investor Says (Bloomberg) • Never let a politician or pundit give you investment advice  (Marketwatch) • McCulley: Escape Fandango​ (Pimco.com) • A smaller pie (Statistical Ideas) • Luxury Homes: Priced to Sell at $30 Million: The most expensive homes are spending less time on…Read More

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10 Thursday AM Reads

Thirteen years later, September 11 remains a day of reflection. Here are our morning reads: • Beguiled By Narrative (Above the Market) • Recognizing Bubbles, but Still Cautious on Deflating Them (Dealbook) • Why you may need more international stock (Fidelity) • How Aaron Klein and Riskalyze are Revolutionizing the Industry (The Reformed Broker)  …Read More

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